Muscle and Joint Blog

23rd
Feb

Joint Popping and Knuckle Cracking – what’s all the noise about?

It is a question I get asked frequently at the clinic, why do my joints pop? To understand why joints pop, we first need to review the structure of the joints. By definition a joint is where two bones connect. Between the joints there is synovial fluid. Within this fluid there are dissolved gases such…

30th
Jan

Treadmill vs Outdoor Running: Which Is Better?

Are you a treadmill runner or an outdoor runner? Which one is better? This was the topic of a recent article in the BBC titled: Is it better to run outside or on a treadmill? (Full Article Here). The article reviewed the benefits between the two, here is a quick summary: If you adjust your…

27th
Jan

Physiotherapy Now Available

Eresha Fernando graduated from Western University with a Master of Physical Therapy in 2015 and obtained her Bachelor in Medical Science (Honors) in 2013. She has gained clinical experience in orthopaedic, rehabilitation and acute care settings. With an emphasis on evidence-based treatment programs that include exercise, manual therapy, and education she is dedicated to advancing…

26th
Jan

Five Reason Why Sitting Is The New Smoking

We have probably all heard that sitting is bad for you, but do you know why that is? One thing is for certain, we are sitting more than ever. The average commute in the GTA is now 47 minutes. Add this to an eight hour desk job and watching your favourite Netflix shows in the…

5th
Jul

5th
Jul

5th
Jul

Did You Know

You Can Book A Free Consultation!

We understand that being in pain is not a choice, and it can present you with many questions. This is why at the Muscle and Joint Pain we offer free, no strings attached consultations with a doctor. This allows you the opportunity to get answers fast, and be guided towards the treatment method that can deliver the best results.